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  1. pooks Member

    ATTN: CLEARWATER ANONS

    This is to alert you that the Pinellas County Courts have been and continue to be in the pockets of the cult.

    The Say no to drugs road race is a Scn front group.





    http://www.transworldnews.com/NewsStory ... 940&cat=10

    Clearwater judge sends members of drug rehab to the 19th annual Say No To Drugs Holiday Classic Running Race
    When Clearwater Criminal Judge Dee Anna Farnell called the Say No To Drugs Holiday Classic 5K/10K co-race director Chris Alexander for complimentary entries for members of the St. Petersburg Goodwill Treatment Facility, the answer was a resounding yes.

    Clearwater, FL 2/04/2008 04:55 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)



    When Clearwater Criminal Judge Dee Anna Farnell called the Say No To Drugs Holiday Classic 5K/10K co-race director Chris Alexander for complimentary entries for members of the St. Petersburg Goodwill Treatment Facility, the answer was a resounding yes. Twenty members of the drug-rehab facility arrived in downtown Clearwater at 7:30am on Saturday December 15th, got their t-shirts and goody bags and ran the race — giving them the sense of accomplishment, as well as the sensation of getting a natural high, without the use of drugs.

    Following the race, the runners partook in the famous made-from-scratch pancake awards breakfast at the historic Fort Harrison Hotel. The runners were "sworn in" as Drug-Free Marshals by local school children who are were already members of the youth drug-education & prevention campaign.

    The Say No to Drugs Holiday Classic was started almost 20 years ago by Sandra Johnson of the Church of Scientology. In 1992, Sue Minkoff became the Race Director and was then joined by Chris Alexander in 1998. The two have co-produced the race ever since. The Say No To Drugs Race has become a local favorite, drawing up to over 800 runners annually, all for the purpose of raising drug awareness as well as money for charities such as the Youth for a Drug Free Florida, the West Florida Y Runner's Club Scholarship Fund and local Boy & Girl Scout chapters.

    The race has been rumored to be popular amongst elite runners because of its fast 5k & 10k courses through Clearwater Beach, finishing at Pier 60. There is a prize purse for the top finishers in both races as well as many raffle items for finishers plus gift bags packed with goodies and colorful T-shirts designed by local graphic artist, Alicia Suarez, for all participants.

    This year, over 150 volunteers participated in the race and post-race activities. And there were over 800 registered runners (the highest registration for the race to date). The top winners are listed as follows:

    10K top five male winners:
    31:43 Tyrone Bell, from Lakeland
    33:52 Lee Stephens, from Tampa
    34:02 Jeff Weber, from Clearwater
    34:11 Craig Schmidt, from Zephyrhills
    34:58 Spencer Smith, from Palm Harbor

    10K top five female winners:
    37:33 Melanie Peters, from St. Petersburg
    37:35 Jacki Wachtel, from Tarpon Springs
    39:40 Dana Parrot, from Tampa
    40:36 Jennifer Grimes, from Sarasota
    42:06 Terri Rejimbal, from Mount Dora

    5K Overall Winners:
    Male 16:40 Owen Shott, from Jacksonville
    Female17:59 Christa Benton, from St. Petersburg

    “This is a real community event,” said Minkoff. “From the Clearwater Police , who provides several dozen officers to keep the runners safe from motorists, to the 150+ volunteers as well as the local business sponsors — we couldn’t put on this race with out them.”

    Among this year’s many business sponsors was Starbucks.

    About the 19th Annual Dianetics "Say No to Drugs" Holliday Classic 5k/10 running race:
    The ‘Say No To Drugs’ Holiday Classic Race was started in 1988 by world-class runner and Scientologist Sandra Johnson, who was the captain of the Dianetics Running Team at the time. She got her inspiration by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard who wrote extensively on the subject of drugs and developed an extremely effective drug rehabilitation method which is currently in use all over the world. The race advocates healthy and drug-free living and supports many organizations with proceeds from the race such as the Boy and Girl Scouts of America, Drug Free Marshals and the most effective drug rehabilitation organization in the world, Narconon. Visit http://www.saynotodrugs.


    Contact: Chris Alexander
    Race Director, Say No to Drugs Holiday Classic Race
    racedir@saynotodrugs.com
  2. sudopod Member

    Re: ATTN: CLEARWATER ANONS

    That made my skin crawl. :confused:
  3. donotstalk Member

    humanitarian L Ron Hubbard?
    I guess they're loosening up the definition of the word these days...
  4. Voice Member

    Narconon is the "most effective drug rehabilitation organization in the world"? That's funny, tell me another one, the one about Elron being a humanitarian was pretty entertaining.
  5. anonipanda Member

    :confused: Humanitarian? I've seen them toss around that word lots on Pro-Scientology websites. Me thinks that word doesn't mean what they think it means.
  6. Tuesday Member

  7. Give that Anon an internet!
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